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Keep your cruising boat and gear working well with these suggestions for routine maintenance and simple fixes.
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One problem can lead to another on a boat. But there’s some simple advice that can help you cope. [More] How to Deal with Multiplying Problems
Is it time to clean you boat’s bottom? Here’s what you need to know to get the best job for the best price. [More] Hiring Help to Clean your Boat Bottom
To keep wet cell boat batteries in good shape, you have to water them. Don’t do it the hard way. Try this. [More] Watering Boat Batteries the Easy Way
Cruisers rely on zippers onboard—on wetsuits, biminis, sail covers, and more. Here’s how to keep them working. [More] How to Maintain Your Boat Zippers
From stopping leaks to filling in for missing engine parts, Rescue Tape has a ton of uses. [More] How to Use Rescue Tape on your Boat
Boat parts, from clamps to water pumps, can get stuck. Unless you do this first. [More] How to Keep Boat Parts from Seizing
You don’t have to pay someone else or wait. Polish your own fuel. It’s easy with a few pieces of useful equipment. Here’s how. [More] Polish Your Fuel The Easy Way – DIY